Celtic Shaman

Blog URL:http://elensentier.wordpress.com/
Blog Tags:celtic, shaman, writer, teacher, art, biodynamic, gardening, organic, mystery

This blog is about my life and work as a writer, artisit, biodynamic gardener and Celtic Shaman.



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on Jan 23, 2020

Bride’s day is next weekend. One of the old ways we celebrate is by making crosses. We do this on the eve of the feast day, then hang them in homes, cowsheds, and stables. The diamond lozenge cross, made of rushes or straw, was the most commo...

Salad days …

on Jan 8, 2020 in: Gardening

I’m fed up with carting myself to the supermarket to get salad leaves! The first parcel arrived from Suttons today – Pea shoots, Kale shoots, Leaf salad (2 versions of) and wild Rocket. Suttons tell me the second parcel is on its way, of...

12th Night …

on Jan 7, 2020

Yesterday was the last of the 12 biodynamic stirrings we do for the garden. It was Bryngwyn’s first go at this – that how we call our new home, it means Gwyn’s Place or White Hill. The garden’s not as big as the one at Archenl...

Really do have to reblog this, it’s a super book and will help you get your act together with trees. Have a read – and get the book. Melusine Draco’s approach is good. https://melusine-draco.blog/2020/01/03/nearly-two-decades-in-pri...

I’ve just been enjoying Andy Harmer’s piece in the Shropshire Mammal Group newsletter. The bit that grabbed me most is this … So, to conclude this purposely polemical piece with some questions. Is it a worrying trait that conservationists over...

Walking Bury Ditches

on Dec 25, 2019

As you can see, Bury Ditches works with 3 circles and this immediately takes me to the 3 worlds – lower, middle and upper – and all they bring to us. I also tend to walk the ditches in that way; first the outer ring that, for me is a connection w...

Midwinter Greetings

on Dec 21, 2019

Midwinter Greetings in the shortest day, and longest night, of the year.    ...